Company recognized as a “Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion”
COMPANY NEWS: Unisys is proud to report that its commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) has been recognized with a perfect score in the 2021 Disability Equality Index®. The score of 100% signifies Unisys as a “Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion.”
Unisys’ new embedded voice recognition technology feature creates consistent experience for its users, understand intent, and resolve common requests. By saving time, support staff can focus on resolving other issues.
A survey conducted by Unisys reveals that while leaders and employees agree that hybrid working is more productive, they feel it is not aligned on what is required to achieve it.
In just a few days time on February 15, it will be 75 years since the deployment of the first all-electronic, programmable computer at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, called ENIAC, which stands for an "Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer".
Unisys has received funding from the "Artificial Intelligence for Decision Making Initiative" to detect when an author has intentionally exaggerated or been deceitful in their writing.
A new biometric identity system built by Unisys and IDEMIA for the Home Affairs Department, for use in securing the country's borders, has gone live, the two companies who built the system say.
Robotic process automation specialist Blue Prism has promoted Greg Eyre to the role of vice president for Australia and New Zealand.
Global IT firm Unisys Corporation has put up US$10,000 as a prize for anyone who can capture data and credentials protected by its Unisys Stealth cyber security solution at the RSA 2020 Conference in San Francisco this week.
Fortinet and Unisys have both made additions to their products aimed at helping AWS customers improve their security.
IT solutions provider Unisys has been recontracted by the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads to provide facial image processing technology and services for the State’s smart card driver licence.
Australians are concerned about their privacy with smart devices listening in on their conversations, and allowing organisations to extract personal information from their digital footprints.
Australia's Bureau of Meteorology has inked a contract with IT solutions provider Unisys to design, build and manage new secure cloud infrastructure and an upgraded wide area network to better support current services and indirectly provide a “modern operating environment”.
IT solutions provider Unisys has released the latest version of its Unisys Elevate omnichannel banking software platform which is designed to support the move to open banking.
Australians have the lowest level of trust in the ability of their banking institutions to handle personal data securely, a survey of the Asia-Pacific by Unisys Corporation has found. The survey was taken ahead of the arrival of new services for implementing Open Banking.
Australians are more comfortable using digital identities to engage with government than with commercial entities or financial service providers, citing data security concerns and not feeling in control of their own identity as the top barriers, according to a new research report.
Global IT vendor Unisys has inked a multi-year contract with Australia’s Department of Home Affairs to provide new enterprise biometric identification services to facilitate traveller processing and improve the ability to identify criminals and persons of national security interest.
A survey that covered 10 cities in the Americas, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region has revealed that residents of Sydney are strongly against 24-hour surveillance, except when it comes to airports.
Technology companies normally occupy the top ranks in many areas of business, including dodging taxes, but this time they appear to have been beaten by the oil company ExxonMobil.
Global IT services company Unisys has secured a contract to provide digital workspace services to Victorian road authority VicRoads in a move designed to increase employee effectiveness and collaboration across the agency’s approximately 3500-employee workforce.
Australians are selective about sharing data with government agencies or commercial organisations, according to a survey conducted by global IT company Unisys.
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